Regular seed is an ingredient of marijuana that has been used for a long time to help marijuana plants reproduce their own crops. Regular seeds are totally natural and completely pure, and produce both male and female plants with normal characteristics. Feminized seeds are similar to regular seeds in that they too are completely natural, but have been treated with certain agronomic procedures to aid growth. These processes include soaking, sprouting, air-drying, cold soaking and others. These techniques produce feminized cannabis plants, which can be used for all kinds of medical cannabis.
Some of the benefits of feminized seeds, aside from allowing a higher yield per plant, are that they don’t get destroyed as often when the plant is uprooted by pests or weather conditions. This makes them easier to harvest and reduces water wastage. It also means that the final crop is stronger and has a higher antioxidant content than regular cannabis. The result is stronger, healthier buds that smell and taste better.
There are many different sources of feminized seeds. The most common method of cultivation for regular seeds is ‘soaking’ where the plant is left in water to germinate and grow. This technique is not used with feminized plants. Instead, many growers opt to use the term ‘air-drying’ to describe this method of cultivation.
Some of the benefits of using feminized seeds over regular seeds is that the plant will produce a larger amount of buds. However, the plants come with less nutrients when they grow because the grower has been limiting the nutrients that they receive from mother soil. This limits the plant’s ability to grow, thus resulting in lower quality buds. This is why some growers go to great lengths to only allow female plants into the greenhouse.
Many feminized seeds have been tested to ensure that the plants will grow in an environment similar to that in which they would be grown if they were regular seedlings. In addition, these plants have been produced naturally to closely mimic the conditions that marijuana plants grow in outdoors. They also grow faster than regular marijuana plants, due to the fact that they have a shorter developing period. This is a huge advantage in the growing process.
Another benefit to using feminized autoflowering seeds is that they can reduce the risk of disease when you harvest your crop. Marijuana plants have many unique diseases, including the dreaded marijuana leaflet disease. This disease results from a fungus that attacks the leaves on a plant as it blossoms. If the leaves are able to reproduce, the plant will not have sufficient foliage to complete its flowering, causing the plant to die.
Autoflowering feminized seeds can be used to make feminized seedlings that have full leaves. This means that you do not need to wait for complete flowering time in order to harvest your crop. This will be a huge benefit if you are growing a large number of marijuana plants, since it will save you a lot of time and effort in harvesting. If you are new to marijuana growing, this is an important consideration.
Autoflowering seeds will allow you to avoid having to wait for flowering in order to harvest your crop. This is a huge benefit for most people who are just getting into growing cannabis. Most newbie growers find it very helpful, since it takes away a lot of stress when it comes to making the plants grow properly.
Many newbies also find that they need to worry less about the plants being feminized because the process happens naturally. Some growers use regular seeds and mix them with feminized ones during the growing process. This allows the process to occur without any extra effort on their part.
In addition to using feminized cannabis seeds, it is also possible to use regular seeds during the growing process itself. Growers who are growing outdoors will find this option to be rather convenient. You will only have to transfer the seeds directly into the pot during the growing process itself, rather than having to worry about transferring them later. This is a big benefit if you want to avoid having to transfer the plant during the flowering stage.
One concern that many people have about using feminized seeds is whether or not they will affect the taste or aroma of the final product. Since using marijuana seeds of the same species as what you are growing will result in the plant producing female flowers anyway, it is unlikely that the taste of the final product will be affected in any way. Most often than not, the taste of buds grown using cannabis seeds of one gender are noticeably stronger than those grown using regular cannabis seeds.